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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Bass View Post
    couldnt you just underexpose your white balance source until it's effectively "grey"?
    Yes you can, see my reply above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg_E View Post

    Also note that most of these targets are paper, proper card and feeding is of utmost importance. They also age, depending on the environment they may age very quickly and are then no longer neutral.
    Yes, and keep in mind that just because something looks gray or white to your eye, doesn't mean it is neutral. Certain kinds of fabrics and copy paper are not a neutral white. THIS is the main reason we use actual gray cards and not some random piece of paper.


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